From the Editorial Board (2019)
Type of ContentJournal Article
PublisherProject Monma Research Centre
Gender is such a fascinating and complex topic to write on that our authors’ work, even after five years, does not stop amazing us. This volume comprises five contributions focusing on gender issues in different parts of the world, such as Europe, India, Nigeria and China.
Dixita Deka’s work discusses her experiences as a researcher while researching on extrajudicial killings in the North East state of Assam in India. Pamela Basante in her article, talks about the perception of hijab in European society and to have a better understanding of Muslim women’s lives.
In the next article, Ransom discusses the lack of economic data among the matrilineal societies. She has analysed a few articles on this topic and provides her insights and analysis by enriching the literature. Aloy et al., in the following article, touch on the controversial topic of men facing domestic violence in Nigeria. Their work enriches the wider debate of patriarchy and gender violence and myths associated around it. The last contribution is by Ambika Kohli. She has provided a brief note on the newly published book ‘Gender and Education: Essays from Economic and Political Weekly’.
We invite contributions for next year’s issue. Please email your work at firstname.lastname@example.org The Editorial Board Team
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